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Linda Bona Dalziel

Linda Bona Dalziel
Linda Bona Dalziel

Linda (Sheiner) Dalziel, 78, passed away at home on July 17th after a lengthy battle with cancer.

She was a very outgoing person known for her big smile and big blonde hair. Linda was born on September 18, 1942 in New York and grew up in her favorite era, the 50’s, where she was a big fan of doo-wop music. As a teenager she was in the newspaper for attending an Alan Freed rock and roll show and was once a go-go dancer with the Ronettes. She spent most of her adult life in San Diego, where she had a number of real estate and secretarial jobs which led to her being the editor of Tuned In magazine, where she worked for football legend Johnny Rodgers.

In 2007 she retired and moved to The Villages and in 2013 she married Lyle Dalziel and spent the rest of her life with him enjoying dancing, karaoke, watching football and all The Villages had to offer. Linda especially enjoyed cooking for her family and friends and was always eager to try out new recipes.

Linda was preceded in death by her parents, Toby and Rhoda Sheiner and is survived by her daughter Derry Schwantner (Jim), her brother Charlie Scheiner (Connie), her sister Marcy Sheiner, her grandchildren Alex, Derek and Carly Jane Schwantner, her great grandchild Francesca, her nephew Daryl Hochheiser and her niece Stacy Dylan (Sam).

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